It is worth pointing out that potential contention over the subject of chastity is certainly not limited to the situation where a Catholic is dating a non-Christian.It is possible that conflict may arise when dating a Protestant or, as I highlighted in my previous post, even a fellow Catholic.It doesn’t say “lead us not into sin” but “lead us not into temptation.” See, we aren’t called merely to stay away from sin; we are called to avoid temptation. Imagine you are watching TV and a news alert flashes across the screen: “Rabid dogs loose in your neighborhood.Do not go near them.” You warn your younger sister, who is home, about the dogs.Once they’re in your house they might not injure anyone.But if you love your sister—and yourself—why would you take that chance?
In today’s brief post, therefore, I would like to return to this issue. Children and family life In addition to these three areas, when a Catholic dates a non- (as opposed to a non-Catholic), there is another area of potential conflict which is particularly worth considering: 4.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Then you open your windows, garage door, front door, back door, doggy door, and the skylight on the roof.
True, the dogs might not enter your house right away, but there’s a pretty good chance that eventually they will.
How do I stay pure with all of today’s modern pressures?